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Nov 14, 2012 5:00pm EST
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Nov 8, 2012 2:00pm PST
things. comprehensive energy policy, things we really need to do because there's been too much time wasted on hearings that don't matter and people trying to do sound bites, as great as they are on your show, i think people want to see people willing to work together, and i really heard it in our state. >> would you like to be president? >> i love being the senator from minnesota. that's way want to do. we have a great state. you should come and visit land of 10,000 lakes. you'd have all kind of water to walk on. >> was that yes or no? >> that was a no. i couldn't be clearer. i love being the senator from minnesota. that's my job. >> others are talking about it. anyway, thank you. congratulations, senator klobuchar of minnesota. a great state which i know a bit about. thank you. >>> let's go now to amy sullivan of the new republic. amy is in your column in these -- about these two men, you wrote about-mile-an-hour you can do and akin. you said they lost because they each made the mistake of trying to explain an increasingly common position by republican office holders including paul
Nov 15, 2012 7:00pm EST
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Nov 13, 2012 5:00pm EST
of all the energies services? why did he get confronted with basically a request to resign? how did that happen if this wasn't criminal, what he was doing? >> because he wasn't on active duty, and, of course, in the military under the uniform code of military justice, marital infidelity is a criminal offense. not so in -- >> even for retirees i understand. >> well, not if you're retired. you're no longer under the code of military justice. >> well, i just got a different reading on that. i just got a different reading on that ten minutes ago but maybe you're right. >> so the lawyers can fight over this, chris. you're right. but the larger point is that the shame that he feels he's brought upon himself and his service trumps any legal niceties, and he i'm sure felt that he had to resign because he'd really violated the trust that everyone in the military had in him, even though he was retired. don't forget that he was -- go ahead, chris, i'm listening. >> the other general allen who is now leading our services is a more live question. how does he explain to the president sending 30,0
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